In 2018 Inria offers 1 Post-Doc fellowship in the framework of CWI-Inria International Lab. Dealine for application is May 11th, 2018.
Candidates interested in the projects currently supported are welcome to submit their application to a post-doctoral fellowship. Candidates are strongly encouraged to get in touch with the PIs of these projects, either at CWI, or at Inria.
Applications will include:
The summary sheet to be downloaded here;
Detailed CV including a description of the PhD work and a list of publications – and 2 selected publications;
Research program, work plan and planned visits during the postdoc, and planned duration of the post-doc (12 or 16 months) and the desired starting date (default start date is November 1st, 2018);
Motivation letter from the candidate;
Recommendations, including recommendation from the CWI host and the Inria host.
Concerning this fellowship, it is requested to apply in parallel to “ERCIM ALAIN BENSOUSSAN FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM”: https://fellowship.ercim.eu
This program allows the successful candidate to have a stay at the CWI and in this case, ERCIM takes in charge a part of the travel and living expenses.
The application for ERCIM must mention that the post-doctoral stay will be carried out within the CWI-Inria collaboration and will clearly indicate the two teams involved in the collaboration (CWI and Inria).
Inria is glad to announce the selection of a new Associate Team within CWI-Inria International Lab as part of the 2018 Inria Associate Team call.
The new team is created in 2018 for 3 years:
6PAC – Making Probably Approximately Correct Learning Active, Sequential, Structure-aware, Efficient, Ideal and Safe
Benjamin Guedj, MODAL research team, Inria
Peter Grunwald, Machine Learning Team, CWI
The Hubert Curien Partnerships (PHC) are part of the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs’ policy of support to international scientific and technologic exchanges. They are implemented with the support of the French Ministry of National Education and Ministry of Higher Education and Research.
Van Gogh is the Franco-Dutch Hubert Curien Partnership (PHC). It is implemented in the Netherlands by the NUFFIC with the support of the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs (OCW), and in France by the French Embassy in the Netherlands and the Ministry of Education and the Ministry of Higher Education and Research (MENESR).
See all details about this program here (in french). Deadline for applications: June 15 2017